William Scarth (United Kingdom, Balloch)
I was curious, and my friend told me about signal repeaters and that this thing might help me with CTExcel poor coverage at my place. I looked at their website, talked to one of their managers about CTExcel signal problems and received all the necessary information. They assured me that they definitely successfully dealt with such problems with my operator before. So I gave it a shot and bought an amplifier for GSM and 4G signals.
Since it’s pretty humid in my region, I was very much worried about the working circumstances of the booster and how it would affect its working quality. But it turned out that MyAmplifiers’ signal repeaters really do work at any humidity level (as well as temperature), and it doesn’t influence its work at all. Since I have installed the antenna outside, on the house wall close to the roof, all my CTExcel signal issues disappeared. I have four or more bars of signal on any device in any room of my house, and this is truly amazing. I’ve been a fool for such a long time by restraining myself from such a convenient thing as good stable signal! Now I am very happy with my purchase and am very thankful to MyAmplifiers store and my friend who recommended them to me.
Johannes Feilitsch (Austria, St. Leonhard)
My choice fell on MyAmplifiers, because their prices seemed fair and affordable, because they promised fast delivery and because they have super customer-friendly policies. I was hesitating, but after I found out that I could return my purchase if I didn't like the way it works (and get a refund), I thought that I won't lose anything, and went for it. And I wasn't disappointed at all.
Felis Taiiyu (Guam, Santa Rita)
We live in Guam and mobile connection is our main way of communication. That’s why for a lot of people who don’t know about MyAmplifiers GTA poor coverage across the areas where they live or work may mean full isolation. In our case we have faced with GTA signal issues at home. Yes, the problem that we had is very easy to explain.
Maxime Coimbra (Angola, Golungo Alto)
Frankly speaking, I can’t say that I am a very experienced user of mobile services. I bought a mobile phone maybe 3 or 4 years ago (you know, in Angola mobile phones are not so popular as in many other countries of the world) and initially I used only voice services. It was more than just enough for me. But after I changed my job I understood that it could be great to have a mobile internet access as well.
Isra Nguvauva (Namibia, Mariental)
In Namibia quite a lot of people have faced with mobile poor coverage. Yes, mobile infrastructure in our country can’t be considered to be highly developed. Moreover, landline telephony is in a very poor state. That’s why sometimes it can be really challenging to stay in touch with your families and friends.